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TUF 3070TI weird noices

rokkotnik
Level 7

Hi all,

just built a new SFF computer with GPU Asus TUF 3070 TI 8GPU and since I have an open desk case, I hear my components more clearly I was wondering about my GPU making some thin beeping/rubbing I don't know how to describe noise -only when fans are turned ON.

I don't know if this is normal or not (bought this GPU second-hand) and my GPU still has a Warranty till 2025 April, so first I was thinking of FAN replacement if that is the issue, but I don't know if that will void my Warranty (card was bought from Asus web shop Germany).

I will attach a recording of my middle fan (other outer fans make a similar noise when turned on....). Please suggest if this is OK.

https://www.youtube.com/shorts/P5M8FaVQWwI        (after about 10 seconds, it starts)

 

 

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BillyFeltrop
Level 8

The noise you're hearing from your Asus TUF 3070 TI 8GPU is a familiar concern, often attributed to coil whine or fan noise. Coil whine is a common occurrence in graphics cards and tends to produce a high-pitched sound, particularly noticeable during heavy GPU use. Fan noise, which can create a whiny or drone-like noise, is also a frequent issue. In many cases, this noise is considered normal and not a significant cause for alarm. If the noise is becoming bothersome, you have the option to adjust fan settings or swap out fans for quieter ones. However, keep in mind that these actions may void your warranty.

On the other hand, if the noise is accompanied by other issues such as overheating or performance problems, it's advisable to reach out to Asus support for potential repairs or replacement.

BillyFeltrop
Level 8

If you're hearing strange noises from your Asus TUF 3070 Ti GPU, it's crucial to address the issue. The noise may not be normal and could indicate a hardware problem. First, check the GPU fans for obstructions or damage. Outdated or corrupted GPU drivers can also cause issues, so make sure to update them from the manufacturer's website. Additionally, monitor the GPU's temperature to ensure it's within safe limits. If the problem persists, consider contacting the manufacturer for assistance or warranty support, as your GPU is still under warranty until April 2025. While some users have experienced similar noises, it's better to rule out hardware issues before assuming it's normal.